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Grateful Dead Live at Unknown (perhaps Fillmore Auditorium) on 1966-07-01


Topics Live concert


Cold Rain And Snow
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
Cream Puff War
King Bee
Stealin'
Dancin' In The Streets


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Date July 1, 1966
Venue Unknown (perhaps Fillmore Auditorium)
Location San Francisco, CA

Source Soundboard
Lineage MSR > DAT > CDR > EAC(secure) > mkwACT > SHN (seekable)
Taped by
Transferred by Andy Lemieux, Kingbee, Matt Vernon


Notes

Source: MSR>DAT>CDR via Andy Lemieux and Kingbee encoded by Matt Vernon

Reviews

Reviewer: Rip Wilder - - April 16, 2014
Subject: God I love these guys
Yes, this is no frills, bare to the bones, no special effects, sixties rock n' roll. Turn it up really loud and it makes you feel really good. They sound more driven than any punk rock band I ever heard. I don't what it is, but lately, the last few months, I have found an enormous amount of solace and satisfaction in these early recordings. Thanks for posting...
Reviewer: sheflinm - - February 24, 2014
Subject: July 17, 1966
Someone else had mentioned this, but this is clearly identical to the recording listed for July 17, 1966. Assuming that recording is known to be associated with that known performance date, and given this date is not thought to have occurred, that kind of explains the mystery... (https://archive.org/details/gd66-07-17.sbd.miller.21064.sbeok.shnf)
Reviewer: ApproximateMan - - July 2, 2013
Subject: Drums
Billy tears Cream Puff War a new asshole. This is no frills Grateful Dead. A guitar, plugged directly into an amp, with nothing in between. Who the fuck does that anymore?
Reviewer: Fixur - - May 13, 2013
Subject: That is not Garcia
Who is the other guitarist on King Bee?
Reviewer: Modern Deadhead - - September 1, 2011
Subject: Venue?
The poster for the Fillmore that week lists Big Brother, Quicksilver and the Jaywalkers, bun no Dead. Does anyone have any theories as to possible alternate venues?
Reviewer: go figure - - February 5, 2009
Subject: They were on this night
I've never written a review before, but I must say after listening to many '66 shows, the boys were really on this night. It's a shame that the date and location, as well as this being only a partial of the show--as well as the brutal cut in dancin'--is all we have; but what we do have is a great example of why people liked these guys. In spite of the drawbacks, I have to recommend a listen. Enjoy what's here.
Reviewer: grateful kel - - August 3, 2006
Subject: great sound i need help!
WOW great sound..fabulous...hey someone show me how to download shows! i did it one time awhile back but i jus got all these cds and i gotta put some good tunes on em ya kno? lol so HOW DO I DO IT!? thanks so much

ur sister,
<3kelly
Reviewer: hitter114 - - May 18, 2006
Subject: Amazing Show
great find for such an early show on the recording
Reviewer: zbk1020 - - December 2, 2005
Subject: great sound
its is amazing how good the sound quality is for such a vintage recording... an excellent find no doubt!
Reviewer: A Dude - - November 6, 2005
Subject: This is July 17th
Scott Alan has compared this recording to the July 17th source provided by Charlie Miller, and has identified that they are two different sources of the same performance, as he describes in the comments at http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=19924
Reviewer: noyz - - March 16, 2005
Subject: primordial dank 1966 gd-nug
Haha, its so nice to find a clean sounding show, especially if its as vintage as this one. Like a flawless gem, this show is flawless, the playing is tight and unlike anything i've heard them perform later. Hell, its just plain awesome. p.s., the king bee will melt you ;)
-nuff said
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